So you say they are stupid... useless... and only capable of destruction... But at least they got something done, right?
And they are the achievers?
Anybody else see a contradiction here?
No. You're honing in on symbol, wholly unaware of the preceding intent, because your particular modus operandi is predicated on using the self as a reference point for every piece of information scanned and processed by your neurons. 'To achieve' is symbolically equivalent and synonymous with 'to accomplish' in this context, although going that far is rather unnecessary, as 'to achieve' should be enough for you to get an idea of what the CEO 'archetype,' for lack of a more precise word, is willed to through his life. ASBO, from what I can discern, purposely refrained from putting the CEO into any active context, and was merely demonstrating a hypothetical will to action within a particular archetype; I don't think this had anything to do with environmentally-friendly economic policies, the nature of corporatism, or some other inference of that sort.
'Achievement' and 'positive action' are erroneously construed as symbolically equivalent > ASBO makes ostensibly incendiary remarks that challenge your preconditioned cultural perceptions of self and reality > ASBO must be acting the fool and slipping up by joining the 'CEO' team of symbols (which is not the team you root for in this particular Internet game, and therefore an opponent which must be bested in competitive argumentation); he also must, because of the aforementioned incendiary remarks, think highly of himself and lowly of those who disagree with his assertions > He is perceived as a threat to your mental well-being.
Are you prepared to tell us all what you do for a living which makes you so high and mighty? What exactly have you "won"? I sure would like to hear it.
Why would you like to hear about any of that? All of these are finite elements of the self-process inhabiting an arbitrarily cordoned-off body, and are quantitative judgments of character. You'd do better to ask what his ideals are, or what principles he views as fundamental in reality.